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Springtime Foxes

 

We were walking our beagle, Wally yesterday when we spotted a baby fox run across road. It turns out that there was a den in the rocks right by the road. In total, we spotted three kits playing outside their den. According to some research, foxes have their babies in the spring and at about 4 weeks they start exploring outside the den. Luckily we were able to snap a few pictures before we saw the mother approaching down the road.

 

2 baby foxesPeek-a-boo! Springtime Foxes!